[12:27] Musician Kanye West stands with his wife Kim Kardashian after watching the Givenchy Spring/Summer 2016 collection
Musician Kanye West stands with his wife Kim Kardashian after watching the Givenchy Spring/Summer 2016 collection during New York Fashion Week in New York September 11, 2015. Reuters/Lucas Jackson

There is another Kardashian in town. Reality star Kim Kardashian West and her rapper husband Kanye West welcomed a baby boy into their family, following the birth early Saturday. The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star and her newborn son are both said to be doing well following the birth.

The 35-year-old beauty already has a two-year-old daughter, North West, with her husband Kanye.

In a statement published on Kardashian's website, a spokesperson for the couple said: "Kim Kardashian West and her husband, Kanye West, welcomed the arrival of their son this morning. Mother and son are doing well."

Kim also posted a small message on her Twitter to announce the birth of her son. “He's here!” she tweeted, along with a picture, which showed her holding the hand of her husband. Check it out here. She did not announce the name of the baby yet.

Kim was due to give birth on Dec. 25, Christmas Day but her son arrived a few weeks early. The reality star has been updating her fans about her pregnancy on her various social media accounts and had expressed her desire to let her pregnancy be over soon. She did not have an easy pregnancy and was also not happy with the amount of weight she gained during this time period.

Recently, Kim also took to her website to share with her fans that her baby was medically moved from a breech position to the head-down position. "This weekend I checked into the hospital and underwent a procedure called an ECV (External Cephalic Version, or a Version), which is done to manually turn the baby from a breech position to a head-down position," she wrote.

"They gave me an IV with medication to relax my uterus, and then three doctors attempted to work together to turn the baby. There was a risk that my water might break or the baby's heart rate could drop— in which case, an emergency C-section would then take place. I went in with my sisters and my husband. I was prepared for it all!"

She also revealed that the doctors did not give her any pain medications for the above procedure, which was extremely painful.

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